NYC is home to countless museums and other landmarks, and many are open to the public for self and guided tours. Here are three Manhattan buildings you must visit whether you’re just visiting or live in the area:
Empire State Building
From the exterior, the Empire is magnificent and ever-changing. But there’s so much more to see once you step foot inside. On the 2nd floor, visit the Sustainability Exhibit, featuring the renovation process of this world famous skyscraper in a comprehensive way for the everyday visitor. Take the elevator up to the 86th floor and explore the Main Deck. This Observation Deck is the most unforgettable experience for even native New Yorkers. It has been featured in many famous movies and more – it even offers stunning 360 degree views of New York and beyond.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the most historic, religious landmarks in the world. The Church’s mission is to leave its doors open to the public and invite people to explore its beautiful architecture. Guided tours for groups of 10-60 people are available weekdays. Then, of course, you could visit for Mass. To learn more about how you can visit, click here.
This luxurious Manhattan hotel is nothing short of spectacular. With marble floors, tray ceilings, and classic lighting fixtures, the Waldorf Astoria is a must. It has become so iconic that today, the luxury brand expands internationally with over 25 hotels open in major international city hubs. But NYC was the first of its kind!Take a 360 degree tour here.
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